Java Compliance Issues
ExtendJ does not currently have perfect compliance with the various versions of the Java specification. It is a long-term goal to have perfect Java compliance for Java 5+. ExtendJ does have a version for Java 4, but this version is not actively tested.
ExtendJ does not currently support Java 9, but we are working on it.
ExtendJ does not support annotation processors. Annotation processors work on the Java AST, but ExtendJ uses its own AST structure and thus can not run annotation processors.
ExtendJ has not been updated to support all type inference cases that the Java 8 specification allows. The current type inference algorithm is based on the Java 5 specification, which does not allow nested type inference.
Currently, we have made promising progress on full Java 8 type inference. The latest beta version is on the typeinf2 branch in the main Bitbucket repository.
The small language changes in Java 9 will be implemented soon in ExtendJ. The module system requires more work and may take some time to implement.
For a list of all current known issues, see the issue tracker. Please report any compliance issues you may encounter! We are always very interested to know about any differences you may find between javac and ExtendJ.